The Division Chief (DC) is responsible, under the direction of the Fire Chief, for all fire suppression, emergency medical service, training, public service, fire prevention, station duties, and work assignments for the Fire District`s personnel under their command. This position will oversee the Training Division for the department. The position will interact with State and local representatives to coordinate response, maintain established compliance rules and may serve as a District Duty Officer. This position reports to the Fire Chief, or designee, and is expected to work closely with members of the Administrative team and other local emergency response organizations and public safety partners. The Division Chief will ensure the readiness of all assigned personnel and equipment to respond to any emergency call. They shall personally, or through subordinates, be responsible for all reports and records generated for their assigned areas of administrative duty. While detailed guidelines and rules are issued by the Fire Chief, Division Chiefs are responsible for interpreting policies as they apply to specific situations that may occur in their assigned areas. The Division Chief is responsible for compliance with District policies and procedures and instruction of all personnel assigned to them. Division Chiefs are responsible for the management of the programs assigned to them by the Fire Chief. Division Chief of Training will manage the District training program for career, volunteer and administration personnel.
The Division Chief is an at-will, confidential, exempt employee who will normally work a 40-hour work week but will be expected to vary hours to fit the needs of the District.
Application and job information are available online at www.crfr.com or at Columbia River Fire & Rescue, 270 Columbia Blvd. St. Helens OR 97051 Monday ? Thursday between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., beginning June 21, 2021. Questions may be directed to Marit Nelson, 503-397-2990 opt 4